Working with a trainer at a gym can be a shaming experience, especially if you're fat; then again, if you have the option of a home gym, why are you still fat? Solving your many fat issues, Personal Peak Fitness.
Run by a one-time Greek national team swimmer and 18-year personal-training vet, Peak offers one-on-one, full-body home workouts that require no equipment on your end, instead relying on old-school training gear brought by PPF, and various crap found around your apartment. The latter approach varies with the client, but could involve dips between kitchen chairs, incline/decline pushups using your couch, or squats made brutal via a book-weighted backpack (suck it, supposedly Unbearable Lightness of Being). Peak'll break out medicine balls to strengthen your core, then have you run through a variety of movements (bear crawls, snatches, arm swings, etc) while hauling Russian kettlebells -- cannonballs with handles weighing in at one "pood", a suggestively named Russian metric equaling a horrifying 36lbs.
When the weather clears, Peak can beat you down outdoors through activities like North Avenue Beach sand runs and dips/pullups on jungle gyms -- setting you up to be laughed at by an even worse crowd than gym rats, rugrats.